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Rush drummer Neil Peart has died at the age of 67, according to reports. Peart’s amazing drumming and songwriting skills helped the group sell millions of albums and helped Rush get inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2013.

Mexican authorities decided to turn an American Boeing 737 jet into a public library in the Mexico City borough of Iztapalapa, as part of its “Utopias” cultural program, which aims to transform public spaces in the unsafe neighborhood of the Mexican capital.

Queen Elizabeth said discussions on the future roles of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex were “constructive” as they ended Monday. Decisions will be made regarding the situation in the coming days, she added, in a statement.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are “no longer working members of the Royal Family”, the Queen said in a statement Saturday. Her announcement came as a follow-up to the pair’s recent bombshell revelation they would step back as senior members of the royal family.

Freeze warnings and hard freeze warnings in the Sunshine State have led to a warning over falling iguanas as the creatures get sleepy and sluggish with the potential to fall out of trees and onto people.

Opining that she’s the best candidate and would be the right president for our times, the Des Moines Register newspaper endorsed Sen. Elizabeth Warren for chief executive in an online editorial Saturday.

Basketball superstar Kobe Bryant died at age 41 Sunday morning when a helicopter he was traveling in crashed along a hillside near Calabasas just before 10 a.m., according to a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Lost Hills/Malibu station watch commander. Four other people also perished in the crash.

The group of brave people who ended the killing spree of a terrorist on the London Bridge in late November will be honored by PM Boris Johnson sometime in the new year, according to reports.

A group of Chilean veterinaries set up a shelter for pets in the city of Valparaiso, which has been heavily affected by a fire that has swept through one of the poorest communities over the last few days.

Don Imus, the country’s first “shock jock” known for his edgy, sometimes over the line humor, has died according to multiple media outlets. Imus was 79 and survived by his wife, Deirdre; daughters Nadine, Ashley, Elizabeth and Toni; and sons Wyatt and Lt. Zachary Don Cates.


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